Battery Drainage Phenomena…..BULLSHIT!!!!

The concept of Battery Drain phenomena comes from  a belief that is based solely in anecdotal statements by investigators in  the paranormal community. It is thought that equipment such as audio recorders, flashlights and other electronics will exhibit  a rapid drain in battery strength prior to the onset of paranormal activity. Although it has also … Read moreBattery Drainage Phenomena…..BULLSHIT!!!!

The 10 Biggest mistakes made by ghost hunters

1. You cannot use the paranormal to prove the paranormal. Simply put this is a circular argument that violates Scientific method and gives your skeptics the bullet to shoot you with. Simply put, not one single experiment in modern research has ever been able to conclusively prove the psychical talents of these so-called mediums. Worse … Read moreThe 10 Biggest mistakes made by ghost hunters

Applied Science: Laws of Thermodynamics

The majority of paranormal investigators would readily agree that ghosts must be some form of energy. As such, it is important to understand many of the laws that govern energy. Energy exists in many forms, such as heat, light, chemical energy, and electrical energy. Energy is the ability to bring about change or to do … Read moreApplied Science: Laws of Thermodynamics

Applied Science: Occam’s Razor (also spelled Ockham’s Razor)

The most important thing for a scientific ghost hunter to know is the science behind what he or she is doing. Anyone who has studied physics knows how daunting it is to learn the philosophical and mathematical formulas needed to fully comprehend, express, and apply natural laws. Occam’s razor is a principle attributed to the 14th-century … Read moreApplied Science: Occam’s Razor (also spelled Ockham’s Razor)

Scientific Method, Belief Systems and World View

The scientific method is the best way yet discovered for separating the truth from lies and delusion. The simple version looks something like this: Observe some aspect of the universe.  Create a tentative description, called a hypothesis, which is consistent with what you have observed.  Use the hypothesis to make predictions.  Test those predictions by … Read moreScientific Method, Belief Systems and World View